[Autom. eng. transl.] The culture of sustainability, between disputes and ambiguities of different kinds, today represents a sort of social capital that indicates the degree of civic cohesion, the nature of interinstitutional collaboration relationships, the breadth and depth of the bonds of solidarity. Environmental issue and social issue, they appear intrinsically connected; a vision that tends to divide reality must be overcome. The ecological problem cannot be treated in isolation, separating it from the development of industry and the real economy; nor is it possible to heal the world of economics unless that of finance is also redirected; Finally, it is not possible to keep finance under control without a policy that knows how to set an adequate policy. At the policy level, we need choices that adopt a broad vision and implement a new integral approach, including the different aspects of the crisis in an interdisciplinary dialogue. In the Encyclical Laudato, everyone was invited to collaborate to protect our common home, facing together the challenges facing us (Francesco, 2005). Pope Francis also tells us that every change needs a trained and responsible conscience and an educational journey that involves everyone (Francesco, 2005). For this it is necessary to build a "village of education" where, in diversity, the commitment to generate a network of human and open relationships is shared (Francesco 2019). In this "village", third sector entities, historically characterized by participation, willingness to change, sociability and as producers by their nature of trust, inclusion, cohesion and social capital, can represent some of the building blocks necessary for the construction of that "Common home" to which Pope Francis invites us with a view to environmental, economic and social sustainability.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] How much good do we not know? Third Sector Bodies for SDGs: a pedagogical interpretation|
|Title of host publication||Global Compact on Education. La pace come cammino di speranza, dialogo, riconciliazione e conversione ecologica|
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|
- Patto educativo
- Terzo settore